According to a company press release, Wireworld is introducing its top-of-the-line Platinum Eclipse loudspeaker cable.
The Platinum Eclipse features conductors made of ultra high-purity solid silver, the most conductive metal found in nature. The cable’s “non-inductive topology” is made possible by the company’s Diagonal DNA (Delineated Neutralizing Array) design, which allows for 18 six-strand insulated conductors to be stacked diagonally. The adjacent conductors have opposite polarities and are wrapped in high-density polyethylene.
Wireworld president and founder David Salz says in the release, “The Platinum Eclipse speaker cables take our proven Diagonal DNA topology to an even higher level of performance. They are capable of an incredible degree of natural detail and dynamics, and provide observable sound quality nearly identical to a direct zero-length connection. From an objective testing standpoint, the cables have also been shown to preserve test signal square waves distinctly better than other high-end speaker cables. Subjectively, they produce a palpable three-dimensional soundfield from most recordings. We believe that they have established new benchmarks for both audible and measurable signal preservation in analog audio cables.”
The release adds that the cables are available in standard, biwired, and triwired configurations with silver-clad spade plugs, tubular banana plugs, or silver-clad locking banana plugs (available as an upgrade).
According to the release, a pair of standard 2.5-meter Platinum Eclipse cables costs $16,400.
For more information, visit www.wireworldcable.com.